Mike Powell struck an unbeaten 83 for Glamorgan, and Alex Wharf a bristling 40 from just 20 balls, but it wasn't enough to deny Middlesex a win at Lord's. Put into bat, Middlesex reached 239 for 5 with half-centuries for Owais Shah and Paul Weekes. Glamorgan edged closer to victory in their reply, but lost wickets regularly; Scott Styris was the pick of Middlesex's bowlers with 4 for 56, bowling No. 11 Dean Cosker to seal a win by five runs for the home team.
Nottinghamshire moved from the bottom of Division One to fifth place with a win over Worcestershire, by five wickets, at Nottingham. Opting to field first, the home side restricted Worcestershire to 200 for 9, with Andrew Harris claiming four wickets. Notts knocked off the required runs with their captain, Stephen Fleming, striking an assured 73 from 95 balls.
Durham's victory over Yorkshire secured their place in Division One for next season. Chasing 238 to win, Gordon Muchall struck his first hundred of the season to take Durham home by seven wickets. Muchall starred in a fourth wicket partnership worth 109 with Gary Pratt, who contributed 38.